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Two 1000mW lasers aimed at a mirror ball in my house to see what the effect would be like. Lasers aimed with DMX and mirror ball is a $10.00 novelty store item.
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For more info, visit www.newsinfusion**** At the young age of 16, Shawn Johnson won gold. Less than a year later, she was crowned a national dance sensation when she took home the highly-sought-after mirror ball trophy. So what is the secret to her success? Whether she’s on the gymnastics floor or showing off her latest dance moves, Shawn notes that it was the encouragement from her parents and mentors that made the biggest difference in her life. That, with positive reinforcement, hard work and determination, was key to achieving her goals. Just in time for back-to-school Shawn is partnering with Oscar Mayer Lunchables to inspire parents to give their kids the same support she received through the Lunchables Lunch Note Promise Campaign.
19 Sep 2009
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BY BRICE SANDER You're watching multisource entertainment news analysis from Newsy When Washington crushes your political dreams, where do you turn? Duh -- Reality TV. Following the Palin family’s lead, failed senatorial candidate Christine O’Donnell is reportedly deciding whether she should “bring it” to the ballroom. O’Donnell announced on Facebook that she got the official “ask” from Dancing with the Stars. Wanting her fans’ feedback, she asked for help in making her decision. (E! News) Ask and you shall receive. O’Donnell got feedback from just about everyone, including Anderson Cooper. O’Donnell’s questioning of whether she should take on the dance floor landed her on Cooper’s “RidicuList”- but not for the reason you might think. “I think it’s ridiculous that you’re even asking. Of course you should be on Dancing with the Stars! It would be ridiculous of you not to be on Dancing with the Stars.” Even ABC – Dancing with the Star’s own network – supports the decision to bring the controversial candidate on board. One exec told PopEater -- casting Christine O’Donnell makes sense -- -- especially with the whole “dabbling in witchcraft” thing. (Christine4Senate) "Christine is not a bad idea at all … after Kate Gosselin and Cloris Leachman, O'Donnell would fit right in. She certainly would be so controversial that the amount of press attention and buzz the show would get would be huge. Plus, you know they would make her dance in a witch's hat with a broomstick." But not everybody wants to see the Tea Party’s Delaware darling compete for the mirror ball trophy. A pop-culture panel on the Joy Behar Show says there’s barely room for real politicians on Dancing with the Stars, let alone unsuccessful ones. KAREN MILLS FRANCIS: “But, I mean, this Christine? Who is she?” JOY BEHAR: “She ran for the Senate in Delaware – that’s who she is.” KAREN MILLS FRANCIS: “But, wait – wait. Where’s Delaware?” BEN LYONS: “It’s Dancing with the Stars, right? It’s called Dancing with the Stars, not Dancing with the People Who Ran for Office in Delaware and Lost.” On MSNBC, Politics Daily political correspondent Alex Wagner says the ballroom is where political careers go to die. Two words: Tom Delay. “The disconcerting thing, of course, is the blurring line between politics and entertainment. And in the times that we’re facing, I think a lot of Americans want people who conduct themselves with a certain amount of decorum and gravitas, if they’re going to be seeking higher office.” If she does lace up her dancing shoes, E! Online has a few ideas for what songs Christine “I’m not a witch” O’Donnell could try out. “Perhaps a quickstep to The Eagles' ‘Witchy Woman’? A samba to Santana's ‘Black-Magic Woman’? We can only hope...” So, can O’Donnell bewitch the ballroom? Or are you ready to see her finally fly away? 'Like' Newsy on Facebook for updates in your newsfeed Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
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Actress Kirstie Alley is more concerned with losing weight than winning the mirror ball trophy in Season 12 of Dancing with the Stars.
2 Mar 2011
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BY ANDREW HOWARD ANCHOR: CHANCE SEALES You're watching multisource entertainment video news analysis from Newsy What do you get when you put the original karate kid, a two-time Super Bowl winner, a talk show host, model, and rapper together? Why, the new season of Dancing With the Stars of course. It’s time to strap up those dancing shoes as the lineup for the 12th season of ABC's hit celebrity dancing show has finally been revealed. Don’t expect too many changes, though - it appears ABC is sticking to the show’s winning formula. As E! Online reports, audiences will find..... “The usual assortment of active and retired athletes, a rapper, a fresh-faced Disney Channel star and TV and film actors whose heydays were more than a few days ago, many of whom make you think twice and say to yourself, ‘I can't believe so-and-so is 60!’” But is more of the same a good thing for ABC? The San Francisco Chronicle thinks otherwise-- predicting this season will be as forgettable as last year’s... “...no one really drew me in. ... I have a feeling this year will be the same. The cast is filled with a bunch of people who not only don't interest me, but flat out turn me off.” The cast -- which includes celebrities Kirstie Alley, Chris Jericho, and Kendra Wilkinson -- have some questioning - where are the stars? If you find yourself having to Google some of the names - you’re not alone. Movie Line’s Christopher Rosen shares his frustrations..... “It’s always easy to harp on Dancing With the Stars for having precious few stars, but this feels particularly egregious.” But wait - wasn’t there supposed to be another star attached to the new season? Noticeably missing from the line up is Deleware Tea Party candidate Christine O’Donnell. The “I'm Not A Witch” politician -- who unsuccessfully ran for U.S. Senate in 2010 -- revealed that she would be lacing up her dancing shoes right now if her other projects were further along. “I’m honored to have been invited to participate in one of the few uplifting TV shows out there. … Yet, for now, I have another challenge before me; to complete a book that tells the story of the 2010 election cycle with the dignity and respect it deserves.” So with a lack luster cast - is anyone actually going to tune in? NBC believes these factors might actually help the show. “[This] might sound like the recipe for the best season in the years - an end to the distractions and unfair advantages, a back - to - basics ballroom.” Today goes on to say... “For other ‘Dancing’ enthusiasts, it’s bound to be boring. Either way, the die is cast and viewers simply have to make the most of it of the good or bad situation." With preparation for the new season in full swing - the stars agreed to sit down to answer a few burning questions. Reporter - “How do you become likable on Dancing With the Stars?” Kirstie Alley- “I don’t know. I can’t speak for everyone, but I think that we’re just here to try and not fall on our butts the first week.” As the battle for the mirror ball begins March 21st on ABC, will these celebrities have what it takes to dance their way into the hearts of viewers? Weigh in in our comments section. Get more multisource entertainment video news analysis from Newsy. Transcript by Newsy.
5 Mar 2011
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